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deaths in the united states. more than 14,000 flights have been canceled. damage could reach $20 billion. >> and it has flooded several new york city subway tunnels, and much of the manhattan skyline is dark. >> just very odd to see. here in d.c., can you expect strong winds and heavy rain throughout the night. the federal government and many local governments and school systems will bound b closed tomorrow. for the latest, go to our website, >> with this storm system, it delivered something quite quiet different just a couple of hours west of d.c. we're talking snow and lots of it. counties in maryland, virginia, and west virginia all bracing for feet of the white stuff. >> reporter: the national weather service issued blizzard warnings for much of the appalachian mountains. west virginia's governor declared a state of emergency as the snow began to fall. >> we're getting ready for the winter storm, you know. >> reporter: the snowshoe mountain resort was one of the first to see the snow. 4 inches now could grow to 2 feet by tomorrow. some roads are treacherous already. >> our
by carnival in the united states are completely inadequate and that the real changes that need to be made are to be made in these standards in the united states. >> now, if the judge orders a trial for him, it probably won't get started before sometime next year. >>> in tonight's health alert, worries that the deadly fungal meningitis outbreak could get bigger. two more drugs were announced from a specialty pharmacy may be tainted as well. the new england compounding center is the maker of all the specially mixed medicines in question. steroid injections used for back pain have sickened 214 people, and 15 died. today a possible meningitis case was reported in somebody who got a different steroid shot made by the same pharmacy and it's drugs used in heart and eye operations are under scrutiny as well. we'll keep following this. >>> still ahead, some pretty amazing video. a stunt goes wrong, and it is all caught on camera. >>> next, we sit down with a very lucky family. rg3 jumped right into their arms after scoring that amazing touchdown during yesterday's game. topper? >>> we're looking a
's microphone and he's dealing with the president of the united states and another guy who is gutsy enough to try and take the job. and he's supposed to control these guys and do that in an untested format designed to be loose and open-ended and sort of free flowing? shoot, i don't care what the critics say, jim lehrer did what any moderator would have done in that situation. the best he could. anita. >> thank you, derek. >>> rats, roaches, mice, you name it, we've got it in tonight's food alert. just wait until you see what our cameras found inside a restaurant that claimed hat cleaned up. from dupont circle to bethesda and into arlington, here's investigative reporter russ ptacek. >> reporter: instinctively we know roaches are wrong, right? food safety managers are required in restaurants because they're trained to watch out for other risks like food in the temperature danger zone, that's cold food above 41 degrees or heated food falling below 1406789 it's not roaches, but it can make you just as sick. just off dupont circle inspectors closed this sushi and karaoke bar. inspectors say tw
in the united states and have them trained in explosive training and frankly, soldier training. >> two other defendants entered not guilty pleas. one of them is charged with terrorism conspiracy in connection with a 1998 bombing, killing 224 people, including a dozen americans. >> he received the statement of responsibility for the bombing three days before the bombing actually happened. >> this is the second time a creature brought to this court to answer charges. the blind shake was convicted here in 1995 for plotting to blow up the new york city bridges and tunnels. this case is a culmination of several years of trying to get almazri and the other four suspects extradited from the uk. the infamous shoe bomber and september 11 conspirator were followers. the fiveterror suspects were extradited to the u.s. overnight, arriving under tight security. cbs news, new york. >>> two of the five suspects had court appearances in new haven, connecticut, while two others appeared in federal court in new york city. >>> you know the country is divided politically and who better to argue both sides of
. you're going to help us elect mitt romney, the next president of the united states, aren't you? >> reporter: in ohio, he accused the president of running the campaign with little new policy. >> he is trying to distract people, he is trying to hope you don't pay attention to the realfin front of us so he can win this election by default. >> reporter: with polls showing romney gaining ground, the president is gearing up for a campaign blitz. starting wednesday he will hit six battleground states in two days. >> drew levinson, "cbs news." >> the final debate will be in florida and it is on monday. we are your go-to the station monday night. we're teaming up with u.s.a. today and beginning our 9:00 p.m. coverage. on our website we'll be live blogging about what the candidate say. you can join the conversation by a facebook or twitter. then on 9 news at 11:00, we'll check the statements with the su a today fact checking team. >> now we learned $5 million is missing and it is one of the reasons the district regulators are now in control of the health plan. that is owned by jeffrey th
. >> they say it doesn't happen in the united states. i can tell you that i worked with probably, this year alone, we served about 75 to 80 girls so far from the d. c. metropolitan area. >> reporter: some get pimped out on when she is not scudying -- studying, she counsels girls for fair girls. they are trying to get the word out. >> that's what we represent, opportunity and freedom for every girl. >> you think something like this cannot happen to your child. there are more people en slaved now than during slavery. >> as well as 12 years old. last month, president obama pledged about $6 million to help end human trafficking but graves says that is not enough. >>> unbelievable news out of pakistan. a 14 year old girl was shot in the head for defying the taliban by arguing to help girls get an education. >> porter: what are we doing with american forces being put at risk fighting the taliban more than 11 years after 9/11? part of the answer may be to help girls like malalla usavsi, whose crime was wanting to go to school. >> reporter: she is the girl in stretcher, shot after mem
estimates 230,000 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year in the united states. that is so pretty to see it lit up like that. >> i'm going to show it to you again, too. >> why not. >> you'll get tired of it. >> it's a nice night to see it. >> sprinkles and showers, and some areas the road never got completely wet. a little better chance tomorrow and a better chance wednesday. but the good news is we're on the warm side of the storm. it's going to stay warm for a while. let's start with a live look outside. there it is again. this is michael and son weather cam. temperatures still pretty mild. 65 downtown. little bit of light shower activity. not bad. dew point's coming up, upper 50s now. winds turned a little bit but the winds will be nonexistent tonight. it will eventually turn more out of the southeast tomorrow. pressure steady out of the past hour. watching this storm system and really we talked about this earlier. by far and away the bull's-eye and heaviest action of rain will be into the ohio valley and on the west side of the appalachians. the reason why, middle tenne
of the united states and the governor running for president is doing. that's what debates are all about. the one minute, two minutes, 30 seconds. this was a real engagement and i loved that. and the second thing going back to the fact finder how difficult this is, the other positive for me was for both camps, this is a clear philosophical race. clear philosophical difference about the role of government. the last 20 minutes was wonderfully instructive, i think, for 11th grade civic courses around the country. one, the president has one view. governor romney has another view. the people who are going to decide, it's a clash. and these philosophical differences is what makes up an election. >> first of all, i agree i like the format. it was just a little awkward that's not what was planned ahead of time. >> it was. and they literally missed the segment. >> missed segments and then there is interrupting and then -- so i think if you plan that out, i agree. there were longer answers. >> yes. >> i think if anything, this was the most boring presidential debate of my lifetime, and that should be a goo
of the united states. residents in maryland and virginia are spending the weekend getting ready for this storm. at rfk stadium today, residents picked up sandbags from the public works department. they were also piled up in old town alexandria. residents also headed to hardware stores and grocery stores. some found they were already too late. >> looking for a flashlight, because i'm really not sure what kind of flashlights i need. and i didn't see exactly what i want here. >> the majority are sold out. >> yeah, most are gone so maybe we're going to have to go somewhere else and look. >> maryland, d.c. and virginia have already declared states of emergency. d.c. officials will be giving out sandbags from 10:00 in the morning until 6:00 tomorrow at the tacoma park recreation center in northwest. we haven't heard yet from maryland or virginia. joining us right now by phone is mayor sam cooper. mr. mayor, thanks for joining us. i want to ask you, what are you expecting from sandy? flooding, wind damage? >> certainly the winds will be the big news story i think here. a lot of beach erosion. i don't
be the next president of the united states. >> reporter: school administrators say liberty doesn't tell its students which candidate to support. still, mitt romney was liberty's commencement speaker last spring. >> reporter: back here, there's a demographic split. in the western part of the county, it's predominantly white, affluent and conservative. the eastern end is more diverse with a growing black population that's largely democratic. in two weeks we'll learn whether high voter turnout in either end of the county makes a difference in who is elected president. andrea mccarren, 9 news. >> a senate candidate from indiana made quite a statement tonight. take a listen to what richard mordock had to say about women who get pregnant as a result of rape. >> i came to realize life is a gift from god, even when life begins in the horrible situation of rape, that is it something god intended to happen. >> he made that comment during a debate. you may remember a few months ago, missouri senate candidate todd akin made headlines when he said women don't get pregnant from what he called legitimate
are predicting that it will make a westward turn toward the united states once it gets up into the northeast. so what does that mean for our weather here in the d.c. metro area? it's a very rare movement for a tropical system called retrograde, and it looks familiar to new englanders who survived the perfect storm of 1991. the storm was so destructive and unusual that a book was written about it followed by the release of a movie starring george clooney. the perfect storm happened around halloween in 1991. it was the result of hurricane grace getting swept into a large nor'easter type storm causing to the gain size and wind speed as it slowly moved west to new england. 75-mile-per-hour winds and weaves as high as 40 feat were reported along the shores of new england. today as hurricane sandy mavs north our forecast models are predicting a cold front will advance toward the east coast at the same time. was the perfect storm sandy is forecast to rotate inland, becoming a part of a peg ga cyclone that will bring heavy rain and high winds. the current forecast predicts that the hardest hit areas wil
? >> because there's precious little a president of the united states can do to control gas prices. gas prices are wildly volatile, controlled by things like economic growth. if there's a lot of demand because there's a lot of business activity, the price of gas rises. the price rises in the summer because a lot of people are driving. not a lot a president can do to make it change in any given moment p. the highest gas prices were president bush in 2008. they talk about other things they can do which is broader energy policy. >> has energy production gone up or down under obama. >> up, however, it is also true that he has not yet approved a giant pipeline through the midwest of mitt romney saying his number one priority, create a lot of energy, create a lot of jobs. >> we see things from both sides about what they would do going forward. thank you and your entire team for fact checking. derek back to you. >> thanks for shedding light on a night we had no shortage of heat. the internet was blowing up tonight during the presidential debate. joining me is our social media editor, and we'll get to
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